- Bruno Fernandes takes on Ronaldo in Nike Living Room Cup
- Fernandes was however unable to break the record of Ronaldo
- Ronaldo did 142 ab crunches in 45 seconds while Fernandes got 117
Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has taken on his idol and teammate at the national team Cristiano Ronaldo in the ab crunch home challenge.
On Monday afternoon, April 6, Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo launched his living room Cup where he released the video showing him doing 142 crunches in just 45 seconds.
That was a brilliant one coming from Cristiano Ronaldo who has won the Ballon d'Or award five times so far in his career.
After watching Cristiano Ronaldo's 142 crunches, Bruno Fernandes was so impressed and decided to challenge the Juventus star.
Bruno Fernandes however tried his best in his own doing 117 crunches which is lower than that of Cristiano Ronaldo.
In the video posted by Bruno Fernandes, the Manchester United star also called his teammate Anthony Martial out for him to also do his own challenge.
Fernandes has been impressive for Manchester United since he got to the Premier League where the club signed him from Sporting Lisbon.
His performances has also made Manchester United fans not to think about Frenchman Paul Pogba who has been out injured.
Bruno and Odion Ighalo have been nice additions to Solskjaer's squad since January with Manchester United now having the hope of making the top four.
Ighalo on his own side has played eight games for Manchester United this season scoring four goals and he has also made it clear that he wants to remain at the club.
The Nigerian stated that he is happy at Old Trafford and wants to continue his football with the Red Devils after the expiration of his six-month deal.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Manchester United winger Nani snubbed Barcelona winger Lionel Messi and picked his former teammate and countryman Cristiano Ronaldo as the best footballer on earth.
The debates and discussions on who is the best between Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi has been going on for years, and it will surely continue even after these two players retire from football.
Before, the great rivalry was between Diego Maradona and Pele, and even up till now, many football fans still go on debate and argument on who is the best between them.
Cristiano Ronaldo started his football career at Sporting Lisbon before moving to the Premier League to join Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson.
He went on to play for Real Madrid before moving to Italian side Juventus where he currently plays his football now.
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